Leave this field empty

 Members Login | Members Signup | Shopping Trolley 

Ph: (07) 3341 9153

Batty Bird Behaviour

Fix your birds batty behaviour.

Batty bird behaviour

Solving behavioural problems in birds is not as difficult as it sounds. Birds are clever, conniving, cunning  and curious - all of which makes them wonderful to deal with.

Crazy Birds - Solving the problem!

Not all pages here are listed specifically for birds but are similar and helpful also.

1. Flying into a Rage

2. Stop Ya Squarking

3. Attention seeking menu

4. Changing Moods

5. Bad Habits

6. Training Parrots to Talk

7. Pets for the Elderly.

8. A Carton of magic

9. No Bored Dogs

Membership is needed for full access

Become a Member Today!


Behaviour /Stop ya squarking

Stop Ya Squarking!!

The joyful twitter and chirping of a content collection of birds in the trees overhead is such a restful and glorious sound - one of the joys of nature.  But not so the harsh, discordant squarks and screams of a parrot demanding attention as dawn breaks.

Squarking, screeching and, sometimes, swearing, parrots are a problem for many bird fanciers and for their neighbours too.

It is not easy to change the behaviour of parrots but with a little cunning and slight of hand, most cacophonous cockatoos can be cured.

Mostly, parrots squark because they want attention or maybe some creature comforts. What you should not do is to give them attention when they are yelling. This just trains them to yell and squark even more the next time they want attention.

The general principle is to give them attention when they are quiet. But how do you do that without also rewarding the noisy behaviour?

Let's talk about that shortly, but first there are some other duties.

Contents of the next page (membership required)

The 3 Magic Methods including :

1. Night-time Curfew

2. A Rich Lifestyle

3. Seeing the Light and Fan Fare

Are you a member memornotyellownotebookmark
 Login here Sign up
 go to next page